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22 Healthy Chinese Soup Recipes

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Are you prepared to savor a unique and delightful delicacy?

These easy chinese soup recipes will add some much-needed excitement to your day!

It’s no secret that I love soup.

I can eat it as much as I like, when I like, and in every situation!

From classic egg drop to hearty chicken noodle, this list has a ton of options.

I’m sure you have heard of Chinese rice cake soup, right?

That’s the one.

But there are others, too.

Discover a whole new world of flavors with these scrumptious chinese soup recipe.

Healthy Chinese Soup

1. Chinese Noodle Soup

I’m not sure how this soup got its name, but I have to admit that I like the sound of it.

The soup has a lovely fresh flavor, and there’s an abundance of veggies in the mix.

The noodles are tender and flavorful, and they provide such a nice contrast to all that goodness.

If you want to add more protein, use chicken or shrimp.

They both work well in this noodle dish.

2. Chinese Vegetable Soup

Chinese vegetable soup is a delicious vegetarian dish that’s perfect for when you need to keep your carbs low.

Serve it with rice, bread, or noodles for a filling meal that’s gluten-free and dairy free.

It’s made with mushrooms, bamboo shoots, green onions, bean sprouts.

It has so many other wonderful things in it too!

3. Chinese Rice Cake Soup

This is the ultimate comfort food for someone who’s feeling under the weather.

It features tender rice cake with a super flavorful broth flavored with soy sauce, ginger, and garlic.

A couple of things that make this soup extra special are the roasted veggies and thinly sliced red onion.

The crunch from the veggies and juiciness from the onions perfectly balance each other out.

Serve this healthy soup for breakfast or for when you’re craving something indulgent (in a good way).

4. Homemade Wonton Soup

I’m not sure if it’s the texture of the wontons or something else, but this soup is incredible.

It’s slightly sweet and super creamy, thanks to the addition of cream cheese.

However, you see…there’s also a hint of spicy heat.

Don’t worry; there are no hot peppers in this recipe!

Rather, they infuse the soup with a pleasant, zesty flavor that pairs well with everything from meat to fish.

5. Egg Drop Soup

The egg drop soup is one of the best Chinese dishes ever.

This dish is the perfect combination of sweet, salty, and savory.

It’s made with a mixture of ground pork and shrimp, which are cooked in a rich soy sauce broth.

There’s also an array of vegetables that add color and texture to this hearty dish.

6. Chinese Mushroom Noodle Soup

This classic Chinese soup might be a little out of the ordinary, but you don’t need to make it from scratch to enjoy its complexity.

The key ingredient is an authentic-looking dish of chow mein noodles, mushrooms, and sesame oil.

To kick things up a notch, try adding shredded pork or chicken.

If you can’t find dried shiitake mushrooms at your local Asian market, just pick some up online!

7. Yunnan Rice Noodle Soup

Are you looking for a hearty and comforting soup that will warm your soul?

Then look no further than this dish!

It’s packed with ingredients like Chinese cabbage, mushrooms, and dried shrimp.

It has all the flavors of a delicious bowl of noodles in one sitting.

It’s a fantastic meal on cold days when you need something to soothe your soul.

8. Vegan Hot And Sour Soup With Bok Choy

This soup is packed with flavors and all you’ll need to make it is a bottle of veggie broth.

The ingredients list might sound long, but that’s because it is!

It may take some time, but it’s definitely worth the effort.

So if you want a comforting bowl of soup for chilly nights, this recipe isn’t a bad place to start.

9. Chinese Watercress Soup With Pork Ribs (Sai Yeung Choy Tong)

I love combining cabbage and watercress in a soup.

It’s such a great way to sneak some greens into your diet.

This dish has tender pork ribs, thick veggies, and a sweet broth.

Meanwhile, the heat comes from one of the hottest Chinese sauces I know: Sai yeung choy tong

It’s salty, savory, and complex all at once.

And it has just enough heat to make you feel good about eating!

10. Ginger And Spring Onion Egg Drop Soup

This soup is a comforting bowl of tasty goodness.

Cheese and egg drop soup are my go-to Asian dishes.

The combo makes for the perfect pairing of rich, savory flavors.

This recipe brings the glutton in you out with some crunchy spring onions.

Toss those in before frying your egg noodles, and you’re good to go!

11. Snow Fungus Dessert Soup (Tong Sui)

Snow fungus soup is a Chinese dessert that’s super high in vitamin C.

If you love the sweet and sour flavors of this dish, you’ll want to make it with a few simple ingredients.

The beauty of snow fungus is that it can be made with almost any ingredient!

It only takes about 20 minutes for this refreshing dessert.

And believe me, you’re going to love every bite.

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12. Chinese Pear Dessert Soup

Do you have a pear tree in the backyard?

If so, this soup is just for you!

It’s a simple way to use up those pears that were too ripe for mincemeat.

Combine them with brown sugar, cinnamon, and sesame seeds.

Serve warm or cold.

Best of all, this recipe is ready in only 15 minutes!

13. Chinese Napa Cabbage Soup

There’s nothing better than a bowl of soup.

But let me tell you that this Chinese napa cabbage soup is the bomb!

Napa cabbage is the perfect ingredient for this warm, comforting soup.

It’s loaded with rich and savory flavors, making it extra delicious.

The noodles are incredibly flavorful, followed by a splash of chili oil.

Don’t forget the crunchy toppings like peanuts or scallions.

14. Chinese Rice Soup

This is Chinese rice soup, and it’s fabulous.

It’s everything you love in a Chinese dish but simpler.

You can make it in 30 minutes or less using just six ingredients: white rice, vegetables, broth, sugar, salt, and gochujang (Korean chili paste).

The best part about this recipe is that it uses just five ingredients.

How awesome is that?

15. Taiwanese Sesame Oil Chicken Soup

The first time I tried the recipe above, it was something of a cultural shock.

I’m not sure how people can eat a piece of this.

But after trying it, you’ll see why.

First of all, you’ll get to cook with sesame oil!

That alone makes this soup super delicious.

As for the chicken itself?

It’s crispy and juicy and has just the right amount of spice.

It tastes so good that you could eat it by itself.

And to make up for the flavor deficiencies in my stomach, there are also plenty of delicious side dishes waiting for me on the table!

16. Chinese Chicken Herbal Soup

Chinese chicken soup is a type of thick, savory broth that’s great for cold winter nights.

The soup has awesome flavor and a surprisingly healthy dose of protein.

Plus, it’s pretty easy to make.

Just add all the ingredients in your crockpot and let it do its thing.

Trust me; you’ll love this dish as much as I do.

It might even be better!

17. Easy Shrimp Noodle Soup Chinese Style

When you need a quick and easy meal, this one-pot shrimp noodle soup will be your new go-to!

It’s so simple, it’s ready in just 10 minutes.

You’ll love how the shrimps add so much flavor to the broth, making it fragrant and packed with great texture.

And for a healthy twist, use cornflakes for the noodles.

It makes all the difference.

18. Simple Oxtail Soup

If you’re looking for a hearty, filling way to enjoy your oxtail, this recipe is for you.

The oxtail and potatoes are cooked in a thick broth with a touch of herbs.

While it may sound like something you’d try at home, give this soup a try.

It’s so good that it might even make the whole family put their feet up!

19. Chinese Winter Melon Soup With Meatballs

This winter melon soup is a great way to warm up on a cold day.

The sweet, mild flavor of the melons pairs perfectly with the savory, spicy flavors.

You’ll add ground beef to the soup for extra protein and heat.

Adding meatballs adds even more meatiness!

Serve this delicious soup with rice and make sure to stock up on some Chinese cuisine staples before it gets too dark outside.

20. Tomato Egg Drop Soup

This recipe is one of my favorite go-to ways to use egg drop soup.

While tomato and cucumber are a fantastic pairing on their own, it’s the addition of onion, garlic, and soy sauce that makes this dish worth every calorie.

Chop your veggies into bite-sized pieces so they sink in the broth and simmer gently until nice and soft.

Once everything is ready, spoon some over top of your noodles for a light yet filling meal.

21. One-Pot Chinese Chicken Noodle Soup Recipe

Now that you’ve had the taste of Chinese chicken noodle soup for a week, you can make it at home with this recipe.

For me, the best part is that it only takes 20 minutes to pull together.

So get ready to have your fingers crossed for a busy weeknight!

The spices in this dish are so aromatic and flavorful, you won’t even need any additional ingredients like onions or garlic.

So go ahead and double or triple the recipe!

22. Chinese Corn Chicken Soup

You might recognize this soup from its title.

If you don’t, I will tell you what it is: a delicious bowl of Chinese corn chicken soup.

This soup features a rich and creamy broth with juicy chicken thighs and succulent corn.

The result is a dish that makes your heart smile.

It’s such an awesome way to warm up on a cold day!

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